Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The article examines power relations within the French-speaking feminist movement in Brussels, which is subject to criticism on the part of minority feminists. The first section describes the politicized process by which minority women's profiles are established on the basis of religion (real or alleged) and skin colour. The second section presents the complex landscape of the French-speaking feminist movement and its approach to minority women and their concerns. The third section considers minority feminists' resistance to domination and its influence on the reshaping of women's organisations. Based on narratives of minority feminists, the fourth section reports concrete examples of conflicts and controversies opposing minority and majority feminists. The paper concludes by suggesting some initiatives that would take us beyond these antagonisms, which divide and paralyse the feminist movement in Brussels.